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The Cat Urination report

  1. 1. 2012THE CAT URINATION REPORT By Dragutin Movrin
  2. 2. How to stop your cat from stinking up the house.IntroIn this report youll discover:1. Cats In Your Home „When you decide to add a new cat to your home, its normally more exiting for you and your family than it is for the cat you already own.“2. Stopping Cats Spraying „Anytime your cat backs himself up to a door or other object in your house, lifts his tail, and releases urine you have a problem.“ 2
  3. 3. Cats In Your HomeWhen you decide to add a new cat to your home, its normally more exiting for you andyour family than it is for the cat you already own. Although most cats are solitary bynature, most will also come to accept or eventually tolerate any additions. Cats can bevery territorial, which is why you should always be careful when you introduce a new catto your current cat.If you are introducing kittens to one another, the entire introduction process can beshort, lasting as little as 10 to 15 days. Introducing cats to each other all depends ontheir temperament and their personality. When you introduce a new cat to your currentcat, you should always make sure that you give your current cat plenty of love andattention. This way, your cat will feel secure and know that he isnt in competition withyour new cat for affection.When you bring your new cat home, you should let him stay in a safe room until youhave finished introducing the cats. Your safe room can be any small room in your home,such as a bathroom or spare bedroom. The key here is to use a room that your currentcat doesnt go in. In the room, you should leave your new cat a scratching post, bed,water dish, litter box, and food dish.At first, your current cat may howl and hiss when he stands at the door, trying to tell theother cat that he doesnt belong. When this happens you should ignore it, as punishingyour cat for his behavior will only lead to more problems. After a while, the first cat willstart to act calm when he is near the new cats door. As he starts to act calm, you shouldpet him and give him praise.When your first cat starts to go by your new cats door and doesnt howl or hiss; you canstart introducing them to each other. The best way to do this is to get them used to eachothers scent. You can start letting them eat out of the same food dish, although youllwant to feed them at different intervals at first. This way, the scent of each cat will bepresent at the food dish, and each cat will get the scent when he eats his food.Once both cats have got used to the scent, you can begin to feed them closer together.To do this, you should keep your new cat in the safe room with the door closed, andyour first cat on the other side of the door with his food dish. This time, feed both cats atthe same time. After doing this a few times, they should start eating without any hissingor growling. At this point, they are ready to be introduced to one another. 3
  4. 4. When you introduce them to each other in the same room, a bit of growling and hissingis to be expected. Although they may be used to each others scent; your first cat will stillfeel a bit awkward with your new cat being in his territory. You should play with themboth at first, so they can smell one another and greet in their own way. If they start tofight you should break them up, and give them some time apart.It may take some time to get them fully used to one another, although once they do theywill become playmates for life. Cats love to be social, although it may be a bit rough atfirst, especially for your first cat. Cats can be very territorial, especially if you have akitten around. If you get both of them used to each other early on it will be a lot easier toadd future cats to your home. 4
  5. 5. Stopping Cats SprayingAnytime your cat backs himself up to a door or other object in your house, lifts his tail,and releases urine you have a problem. This problem is known as spraying, and is verycommon with cats kept indoors. Even though it is a very annoying problem, its aproblem that can be solved.Contrary to what many think, spraying isnt a litter box problem, but rather a problem withmarking. Cat urine that is sprayed contains pheromones, which is a substance that catsand other animals use for communicating. Pheromones are much like fingerprints withhumans, as they are used to identify the cat to other animals.When a cat sprays something, he is simply marking his territory through his urine. Thespraying is simply the cats way of letting others know that the territory is his. Eventhough it may make you mad and annoy you, getting angry with your cat will solvenothing. If you raise your voice or show angry towards your cat, it can very well result inmore spraying.Cats that are in heat are easily attracted to the odor of urine. For cats in heat, sprayingis more or less an invitation for love. Often times cats that spray while in heat results ina litter of kittens that are born in just a few short months. Keep in mind that cats not onlyspray during heat, as some will also spray during encounters with other cats, or whenthey are feeling stressed.Although spraying is a way of communicating for cats, the smell for people is horrible.The good thing here is that most cats will do a majority of their spraying outdoors. If youhave an indoor cat that never goes outside, spraying can indeed be a problem. If youvenoticed spraying in your home, you should take action and do something about itimmediately.The most effective and also the easiest way to stop spraying is to have your cat eitherneutered or spayed, which of course depends on the sex. Most male cats that havebeen neutered will stop spraying the same day they have the surgery. If you dont wantto get your cat neutered or spayed, you should look into other options. If you hope toone day breed your cat, you certainly dont want to have him neutered or spayed.The best thing to do in this situation is to talk to your veterinarian. He will be able to giveyou advice, and possibly even solve the problem without having surgery. There may bea medical problem present that is causing the problem, which your vet can identify. Youshould always do something about spraying the moment it starts simply because caturine stinks and it can leave stains all over your home. 5
  6. 6. Wrapping up...In this report I have shown you how to:1. Teach you old cat to live in the same house wth your new cat.2. Deal with your cats spraying.SPECIAL REPORT: Is It Possible To Get Rid of Smellof Cat Urine?According to Mike Whyte, independent cat behaviour researcher , andowner of website: Stop Cat Peeing, answer is yes.Why most people struggleAccording to Mike, theres a reason why so many people struggle with caturine smell despite so many offered to them...„My cat was a sneaky-leaker and cost me $4289.19 in condorepairs...“„We were devastated and thought we would have to give upour cat...“ 6
  7. 7. How Mike conquered cat urine stink with his uniqueapproach„This costly experience prompted me to do some hardresearch on why cats decide to forgo the litterbox.“, Mike tellsus.„Over the next 18 months, I developed a foolproof formulafor learning how to re-train your cat to use the litter andvirtually eliminate any chance that they will shun the litterboxever again.“„Ive compiled all my knowledge into an easy to follow,downloadable guide called "Thinking Outside The Box".Was it worth it?"My Cat is Doing Wonderfully Thanks to Thinking Outside The Box"And Mike is not alone. Ther are many success stories that you can read onhis website: Stop Cat Peeing that should, inspire you to try it out, too.To learn more about Mikes solution, and his story, along from dosens ofstories from the people who have tried this solution, visit Stop Cat Peeing.What others are saying..."My Cat is Doing Wonderfully Thanks to Thinking Outside The Box" Thankyou Mike for this wonderful resource! - Carolyn Schneider, Edmonton AB¤Click here to read whole review 7
  8. 8. "No more sneaky leaks!!!! YIPPEEEE!" - Laura Faulkner, Seattle WA¤Click here to read whole review"Thank you so much Mike... from our whole family..." - Heather, TaurangaNZ¤Click here to read whole review„Thank you so very much for your personal interest and accessibility. Ireally appreciate it. " - Andrea, New York NY¤Click here to read whole review 8